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“Strange Love” (poem)

Strange Love (for Stanley Kubrick) Stanley Kubrick’s eyes belie dispassion: remoteness was his only defence. Look how frankly he regards you, the way you shrivel from that gaze.   © Cliff Burns (All Rights Reserved)

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“That Noir Moment” (poem)

That Noir Moment does it matter how far you fall once you’ve fallen? one small step or giant leap a precipice or merely a pause   © Copyright, 2012  Cliff Burns (All Rights Reserved)

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